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Wellcome Trust 4-year PhD in Dynamic Molecular Cell Biology in Bristol

Our Dynamic Molecular Cell Biology 4-Year PhD Programme trains students to investigate dynamic mechanisms from molecular through to organismal level using cutting edge imaging technologies combined with biochemical and biophysical interrogation. Read more

Multimodal imaging and analysis for monitoring physiological changes during brain injury

Annually in the UK, there are 100,000 strokes and 160,000 people admitted to hospital with a traumatic head injury – it is estimated that over 2 million people live with the long-term, debilitating consequences of a stroke or head injury. Read more

Developing a high-speed fluorescence imaging flow cytometer

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Flow cytometry is routinely used as a high-throughput method for characterising and screening cells in biology and medicine. This ranges from identification of suitable drug treatments for patients diagnosed with cancer to biophysical studies of cells with rare (1 in a million) structures or protein expression profiles. Read more

PhD Studentships and Taught Masters in Physics and Astronomy

The University of Glasgow is home to an internationally-leading research portfolio, an enviable graduate training programme and a long-standing reputation for excellence, making it an incredibly vibrant environment for physics and astronomy studies. Read more

China Scholarship Council: Dynamics of chromatin loops in human genome organisation – molecular regulation and disease mechanisms

The human genome is spatially organised at multiple levels within the nucleus during interphase. Chromatin loops are basic units of genome organisation [1] – they span tens to hundreds kilobases of DNA and often facilitate enhancer–promoter interaction for gene expression. Read more

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